An Ontario disabled man is following through with medical assistance in dying (MAiD) because he no longer wants to struggle to survive on the little money he has left. .“I cannot go on living this way,” said the man who goes by the alias Disabled Ontarian in a tweet. .“#maid is the only help offered.”.Disabled Ontarian lives on the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) and was approved for MAiD for the second time. .He was paralyzed from the waist down because of a metal staircase collapsing on him at work five years ago. He is 25 years old and said he feels lost. .Disabled Ontarian started the application process for MAiD in August because he could not afford to pay rent or eat on ODSP. .“For the first time since I was paralyzed I feel like I have hope,” he said. .“An end to my suffering of starvation and forced homelessness.” .Disabled Ontarian’s application for MAiD was approved in August, and he said he thought he would be happier about his suffering ending. .He said he wonders if people are reincarnated if they die. .“For everyone reaching out and following me, I'm sorry I let you all down,” he said. .Disabled Ontarian said he wishes “all of you the best and truly hope change comes for #odsp.”.“I cannot wait that long,” he said. .Basic Income Today editor Scott Santens called it “unconscionable to withhold people's basic needs from them, but offer assisted suicide as a way out of poverty.”.“What Canada is doing is disgusting,” he said. .“Unconditional basic income is needed as a poverty ending right.”.Wilbrod House Consulting founder Monica Chohan said this death is horrible. .“Our system is completely inhumane and monstrous,” said Chohan. .“#cdnmedia, time to hound our elected 'leaders' about this, over and over.”.People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier said November 17 he wants to put more restrictions on Canada's MAiD laws, including preventing doctors from recommending suicide to their patients..READ MORE: 'A culture of death' Bernier wants more restrictions on Canada's medically-assisted dying laws."Right now in our country, there's a culture of death, instead of promoting life,” said Bernier. .Canada's MAiD law will be expanded to include people suffering from mental illnesses in March.